kGy

AcronymDefinition
kGyKiloGray (radation unit of measure)
kGyKnown Good Yield
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Hadar before and after irradiation: (a) untreated black colonies; (b) bdar morphotype (1 kGy); and (c) rdar morphotype (2 kGy).
The separated fractions of chitosan sample irradiated at 10 kGy in the presence of 1% [H.sub.2][O.sub.2] were added into PDA media for testing the in vitro antifungal activity against C.
Caption: Figure 3: Complex viscosities (measured at 190[degrees]C) of pure PLA (a), pure PCL (b), uncompatibilized PLA/PCL (90/10) (c), and compatibilized PLA/PCL (90/10) blends irradiated at 5 kGy (d), 10 kGy (e), 20 kGy (f), 50 kGy (g), 100 kGy (h), and 200 kGy (i).
4PNPAN/PVB and 4PNPAN/MgCl2/PVB films irradiated to 45 kGy were stored in dark and light at a temperature of 25AdegC.
In addition, the mushrooms which treated with 7.5 kGy had relatively higher POD activities at all storage periods (Fig.
Dynamic moduli at 40[degrees]C for (a) nonhybrid nanogel irradiated at 20 KGy; (b) nonhybrid nanogel irradiated at 40 KGy; (c) hybrid nanogel containing 0.05 wt% of CNW irradiated at 20 KGy; (d) hybrid nanogel containing 0.05 wt % of CNW irradiated at 40 KGy; (e) hybrid nanogel containing 2 wt% of CNW irradiated at 20 KGy; and (f) hybrid nanogel containing 2 wt% of CNW irradiated at 40 KGy.
The XRD results of the nonirradiated and irradiated rosemary at 10, 20, 30, 40, and 50 kGy are presented in Figure 3.
The most noticeable advantage of incorporating e-beam technology, even at low doses of less than 1 kGy, in combination treatments is the assured reduction of possible microbial pathogens for commodities unable to withstand traditional thermal treatments.
The graph in Figure 4 shows the results of recovery for the examined four types of flash memories at room temperature after exposure to a maximum dose of 12 kGy. The percentage of bit errors was measured once a week for nine weeks after radiation.
3.7-3.8 show the curve fitting for the "Acidic and Alkaline samples" of SGY-145 of concentration C1 and C2 respectively, treated at 1-10 kGy. Where "A(alpha)1, A(alpha)2" and "A(beta)1, A(beta)2" represent the Absorbance of "Acidic and Alkaline samples" of concentrations C1 and C2 respectively while D is the absorbed dose in Gy.
Para o fator dose houve igualdade estatistica para 0,0; 1,50 e 2,00 kGy (8,81%) e 0,50; 1,00; 2,50; 3,00 e 4,00 kGy (8,52%).